This Application Compatibility Training has been delivered worldwide to MCS Consultants, partners and customers preparing to deploy Windows Vista. In this training, you will learn about the most common application compatibility problems found with Windows Vista, and the new native features that help users workaround these issues. We will also present the tools you can use to help enterprises facilitate their application compatibility testing, debugging, and mitigation.
The training covers most common application compatibility issues found with Windows Vista, as well as how to use the various tools we make available. Whether you are an IT Pro starting your deployment or a developer trying to make your older applications work with Vista, the content of this webcast is well worth the just over 8 hours it will take you to get through it. If you want to learn more about what the team is working on, you can also check out Chris Jackson’s blog.
Some of the technologies discussed include User Account Control (UAC), Windows Resource Protection (WRP), Program Compatibility Assistant (PCA), Application Help Messages, Shims, the Application Compatibility Toolkit (ACT 5.0), ActiveX Installer Service (AXIS) and much more. In this video, one of our AE SWAT team consultants shares the practical, first-hand experience and collective knowledge of the team drawn from engagements around the world
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Source:→ Windows Vista Team Blog